February 27 2017
Chairman Kurt Conti presented the ExxonMobil Barrier Wall project team with an award for outstanding safety achievement for their work at the Bayway Refinery in Linden, New Jersey. The team worked more than 33,000 man-hours with zero OSHA recordables in one year’s time, earning them high praise and recognition for their efforts.
ExxonMobil’s Bayway Refinery serves as one of the East Coast’s most important suppliers of fuel. Conti has delivered 10 projects at the refinery since 2000, including work ranging from environmental remediation to installing upgrades for its site-wide stormwater handling system. All of Conti’s work at the refinery has required close cooperation with ExxonMobil and strict adherence to the company’s safety and security protocols.
The ExxonMobil staff appreciated the award and the fact that safety means as much to Conti’s leadership as it does to the project team. “All of the Conti personnel involved with the Bayway Barrier Wall project have fully embodied the ExxonMobil Safety culture and we truly value that,” said Sylvana Azana, Project Manager for ExxonMobil Environmental Services. “We know that without the support from Conti management that would not have been possible. More importantly, we know that Conti's leadership on the project has been an integral part of that success. We appreciate Conti's support in executing this project not just successfully, but safely.”